Supaslate has been designed to be the perfect lightweight plastic alternative to natural roofing slate. Our synthetic slate is manufactured to a high standard in Great Britain, as a unique triple slate design which is easy snapped to single slate for a fast and easy installation to most roofing applications.
Fast Installation

Our Tiles use a 'Snap to Single' system making installation faster, they come in a bank of 3 tiles and can be laid 3 tiles at once or just snap one or two tiles off depending on how many you need. this results in a much faster installation and minimizes waste.

Lightweight Plastic Slate

We are proud to introduce Supaslate as the lightest synthetic roof tile currently available in the UK. A single tile weighs in at a mere 366g meaning supaslate is one of the lightest available roof options currently available, this makes our tile suitable for almost all applications whether it be for a house roof, conservatory roof, lean to, carport or even a garden shed its versatile and lightweight properties make it a perfect choice for any project. Typically Supaslate weighs in at just 7.68 kg per m².


Supaslate is the lightest synthetic tile in the UK
100% made in the UK.
A rated for Fire resistance.
21 Tiles per Sq M
Designed to be flexible in the heat
20 Years Guarantee

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Weight

366 g per slate / 7.68kg per m²

Coverage

7 Triple Tiles per m² (21 Slate per m²)

Overall Dimensions

Individual Slate: 291mm x 446mm Triple Tile: 879mm x 446mm

Fire Performance

Tripe Tile has been fire tested by BRE Global.

Storage

Supaslate should be stored on a flat even surface. During cold weather Supaslate must be stored and conditioned at a temperature no lower than 7°C.

Installation

Supaslate is to be fitted onto battens using 30mm Outdoor Screws. Supaslate can be cut using a utility blade or circular saw.

Recycling

Supaslate has been manufactured using virgin polypropolene so is 100% recyclable so any waste can be disposed of at your local recycling centre.